The Okura Heritage Tokyo

Japanese luxury in Central Tokyo

For those looking for authentic Japanese hospitality in Tokyo, The Okura Heritage Tokyo is a unique find. Within the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Okura Tokyo, the Heritage wing is an exclusive, lower-rise building that focuses on a luxurious and uniquely Japanese experience. The celebrated hotel is in Tokyo’s Toranomon district, one of the hottest areas in town for business or pleasure. It’s an easy walk from the busy shops, nightlife and offices of Akasaka and Roppongi.

Despite being in a popular area of Japan’s biggest city, the hotel is serene and quiet. The Heritage wing houses Nouvelle Epoque, the Okura’s stylish French fine dining restaurant. Guests also have access to all Okura’s facilities, such as the elegant spa, gym and club lounge.

Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Heritage Wing guests have the privilege of choosing any of the available restaurants within Okura Tokyo for breakfast. The choices range from traditional Japanese cuisine (Sazanka) and opulent European (Nouvelle Epoque) to an all-day buffet (Orchid) and pastries (Chef’s Garden).
  • Something of a hidden venue, Baron’s Bar is available only to guests of the Heritage wing and private members. It is a quiet enclave with a food and beverage menu exclusive to a bar that specializes in rare Japanese whisky.
  • The Heritage Lobby is designed in a serene, traditional fashion with contemporary features and heritage pieces from the original Okura Hotel (handmade glass lights, Japanese brocade and screens). A design guide is available from the concierge for lovers of Japanese art and textiles.
  • The Okura Garden is an urban oasis of green space that blooms in all four seasons. The garden contains a miniature bamboo forest, a maple forest and the Okura’s private art museum.
  • The Tokyo hotel is close to trains, buses and has its own taxi rank. Additionally, a helpful concierge makes sure you can get around city smoothly, with or without knowledge of the Japanese language.
The Rooms
  • The 140 large guest rooms and suites are elegantly appointed in a minimal and chic design, paneled in natural wood and furnished in neutral tones. Each unit contains Japanese objets d’art such as traditional glassware, boxes or vases.
  • Guests of the luxury hotel are gifted with a complimentary mini-bar and a special treasure box full of traditional Japanese gifts to take home as souvenirs.
  • The rooms and suites contain their own steam room and jet bath.
  • A favorite of Okura Heritage wing guests is the fine cotton pajamas and robes and the Bamford bathroom amenities, giving the rooms a spa-like mood.

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Getting There
2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0001, Japan
HND (18-35 min)   NRT (55 min-1 hr 20 min)  
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